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to ask dennis signs of urs to come up and speak a little bit to the rba process. dennis is with the urs corporation and has 30 years of experience in anti-terrorism force protection and physical security. specializes in vunerbility threat and risk assessments and counter terrorism measures. for both state, federal, local, and international clients for rail, subway, bus, tunnel, bridge and air transportation facilities. so with that, i will turn it over to dennis to talk more about the rba. >> before dennis comes up i am looking at the length of the presentation, some of it was presented to the board in terms of why we, or the staff believes that this terminal is an important site for the additional security protections. so i would like you to go through it still, but if we could condense it down and abbreviate it and leave it open for questions from board members that would be great. >> so thank you for having me, today. i want to talk a little bit about the pedigree. to conduct, project of this scale, scope and complexity, it is a pretty big project. urs is a recognized security consul
will happen prior to the memorial service. dennis rodman returning from his trip to north korea plays diplomat. what message he wants to share with our president from kim jung un you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have a wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receiver that let you move the tv away from the tv outlet. we can move it to the kitchen, the patio, the closet and almost anywhere. why would you want a tv in the closet? [ both laugh ] ♪ [ fancy voice ] brilliant idea, darling. ♪ [ female announcer ] the wireless receiver. get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. vallejo police are investigating what appears to be a murder-suicide. officers were on their way to an apartment for a welfare check this morning, when they received a second call reporting that neighbors heard gunshots. a male and female were both found with bullet wounds. the identities of the victims were withheld today until family members can be notified. an investigation into the deaths is ongoing. >> the annual escape fro
exclusive with basketball great and amateur diplomat dennis rodman. and another exclusive the creators of number one series the bible. they will be here to talk about emergency from moses to jesus to pope francis and beauty queen >>. >> geraldo: time for prime time report tonight. my brother investigates the charge a christian dating website failed to check out a sex predator that went after a beauty queen. >> he seemed like a caring person. >> spontaneous love connections like this one depicted in the iconic moment from world war ii has been replaced by the internet. now online dating has surpassed even the bar scene in terms of meeting your match. but here in san diego, 37-year-old sean banks is sitting behind bars accused of raping a woman that he met on a christian dating site. now investigators are hearing from women around the nation about the man who alleged to be a serial rapist. >> if i would have listened to my instincts i never would have continued to talk to him. i trusted this christian persona that was displayed. >> 26-year-old miss irvine in the beauty pageant was lookin
'd like you to meet dennis kim. dennis is a highly sought-after doctoral candidate and we're hoping to have him do his graduate work here. graduate work. very impressive. and he's only 15 years old. not bad-- i, myself, started graduate school at 14. well, i lost a year while my family was tunneling out of north korea. advantage: kim. gablehauser: i thought maybe you boys could show dennis around. let him see why we're the best physics research facility in the country. i already know you're not. you don't have an open science grid computer or a free electron laser and the string theory research being done here is nothing but a dead end. excuse me, that is my research and it is by no means a dead end. well, obviously you don't see it yet but trust me, you will. gablehauser: dennis, we've discussed this. we're in the process of updating our equipment, and we welcome your input on our research goals and we've agreed to look the other way if you want to use up to 20% of the grant money you attract to smuggle your grandfather out of pyongyang. we want him here, boys. make it happen. yes,
and park and denny. and other folks from rec & park as well. i want to thank all of those involved over the last two years. to give you background, i have talked about this a lot publicly. for me the impetus came up when first in office. and my children were learning to ride there, with the training wheels off of their bikes, and we lived close to roosevelt and thought that would be a great place to learn. we went over there on a saturday morning, and very frustrated by the fact that the schoolyard was closed and locked up. huge black top, although asphalt great place for families on the weekends. and came back to city hall and talked to the head of public schools, and rec and park and hydra. and i said, if we could open up the schoolyards on the weekend, and it was closed because of the budget cuts. i know that growing up here in san francisco, i grew up playing ball in the neighborhood in the local schoolyard. and if kids and families are not given that opportunity. i think it's a real shame. we have embarked on a project and have had fund-raisers over the last years, that have been v
bad boy dennis rotman says north korean ticket dayor, kim jong-un, is a nice gay. >> leigh: we had sprinkles around the bay area this morning. more rain to come, the >> ama: new details on the private supply mission to the international space station. this is the successful docking of the space x dragon, it's delivering more than a ton of cargo, including experiments designed by bay area high school students. there was a booster problem following the first attempted launch on friday. >> new at 5:00, the organization code pink took on senator dianne feinstein over america's drone program. [chanting] >> ama: protesters demonstrated outside the senator's home. they want feinstein to stop the confirmation hearings of john brennan as cia directar they say brennan is involved with what they call the drone murder policy. >>> the california republican party has a new leader tonight. that story is ahead. also... >> a good guy to me. my friend. >> dennis rodman goes where no american has gone before. courtside with north korean leader kim jong-un. now rodman is talking about his new friend s
they arrested a 28-year-old sunny vail man, dennis is in jail charged with three murders in a hit-and-run. san mateo district attorney tells me he had first hit an unoccupied car, then raced away, traveling at quote, in excessive speed. moments later, police say he crashed into the car and her two sons, 23-year-old amado and 13-year-old. another woman in the car survived. >> it sounded like a huge crash. didn't sound like a normal hit when i looked out the window and saw two cars right in the middle. it looked really bad. >> authorities are looking into the possibility he was impaired. the d.a. says he had an odor of alcohol, but police are waiting official results from a blood test. family members declined to talk on camera, but i did speak with friends of the family who wanted everyone to know these are good people and they are devastated by the loss. reporting live in daly city, kpix5. >> the suspect, dennis, is set to make his first court appearance tomorrow. >>> a live look at vatican city where the conclave is set to begin in just a few hours. 115 cardinals will go into deep seclusion
to be in front of very smart judges. >> your impressions dennis of today's hearings. >> well, i have to say after being involved in this battle for nine years and at least for the last four in federal court making sure we put discrimination on trial. it was gratifyind to see the court question mr. cooper with respect to the motivations and the reasons behind why the proposition was proffered. it was very clear he had no argument whatsoever to justify discrimination and that was gratifying to see that come out. >> let's ask andy about that. andy this is a constitutional question. what is the most powerful legal argument you that heard in court today on your side. >> i think that one of the biggest arguments is that reasonable people can have different views of what marriage means and what marriage is for. when that is the case that is an issue that we leave to the people and the legislative branch. that are elected representists and the democratic process. it's not something that we ask courts to intervene and put in their judgement for the judgement of the people. so, i think that separat
and amateur diplomat dennis rodman. and another exclusive the creators of number one series the bible. they will be here to talk about emergency from moses to jesus to pope francis and beauty queen the devil on a christian website. want to give your family more vitamins, omega 3s, and less saturated fat? it's eb. eggland's best eggs. better taste. better nutrition. better eggs. it's eb. it shows. we don't run like that. we build john deere equipment the way we always have: the right way. times change. our principles don't. you don't just have our word on it. you've got our name on it. that's how we run. nothing runs like a deere. discover the full line of riding lawn equipment at johndeere.com/howwerun or your local dealer. >>. >> geraldo: time for prime time report tonight. my brother investigates the charge a christian dating website failed to check out a sex predator that went after a beauty queen. >> he seemed like a caring person. >> spontaneous love connections like this one depicted in the iconic moment from world war ii has been replaced by the internet. now online dating has
that happened, a bmw that was driven by 28-year-old dennis masado according to police slammed into the honda and the force was so great that one of the passengers aboard was ejected. one person heard the crash and came to help. >> initially in the car i saw three people in it. they seemed unconscious. so, you know, there was one late did i on the floor near the platform there laying there. so i tended to her first. she didn't respond right away. once i returned to the car, the girl that survived responded. second time i went to her to wake her up, she responded by moaning and i kind of really -- [ pause ] >> reporter: he did what he could. the coroner's office confirming the identity of the three people killed. they were all in the same family. a 20-year-old his little 14-year- old brother and their mother, 50 years old. all three killed in this crash. one 14-year-old girl sitting in the back seat survived the accident, is in critical condition at the hospital. police say this accident is compounded by somebody driving fast trying to avoid the law and t
think, and denny you correct me on this, we had two incidences. one was a broken umbrella stand and sand toys were taken. we had this pilot out there for a while. but with no funding. and every city department actually carried the budget within their own budget. so -- and the principals that had participated had a really good experience with it. so it was easier for us to go out and say, now we have funding behind it. and what i said to mark initially, we have to have incenti incentive. the principals most reluctant were worried about what would happen to their site. how they make it so they don't have to worry coming monday. we worked hard to eliminate all of those worries. and i think that the incentive piece was helpful. the principals felt like they were getting monetary value to this. we were going on take care of all the cleaning and checking of the sites. opening and closing. i think that eve is the only one that keeps or site open. we don't open her site. but everything else was really about trying to make it arizona -- make it easy as possible. and you know me, it's about wantin
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,000 to let complete strangers name her child. still ahead, dealing with a death spot, dennis rodman and north korea's leader talk life-long relationship. a wickedly dangerous situation when a semi goes too fast on slick roads. you're watching "early today." >>> now to some stories that caught our eye this morning. amazing video from iowa where a fast-moving truck slid on ice and burst into flames on a highway overpass before hurdling over the edge. the driver was able to jump out of the rig before it fell but didn't escape a ticket for losing control of the vehicle and creating a big mess. >>> in oregon, this one bad luck butt dialing. a suspected drug dealer accidentally dialed 911 while negotiating payment for the illegal contraband. dispatchers used gps to locate the signal and send officers to catch the drug dealer redhanded. >>> a woman in tennessee got more than relief. in need of a rest room she stopped into a local restaurant on her way home. no fuss at the door but days later she received a handwritten bill charging her $5 for use of the facility. # >>> now to florida a manatee on th
include them as an amendment to the plan. lastly, i would like to introduce dennis flaherty, the owner of 520 townsend. >> thank you. we are introducing -- we're going modify the restriction on the lot merger today. >> terrific. thank you very much. >> i'm dennis flaherty and i have owned the property for over 35 years. i occupied it many years running my own business and my son presently has an office there. in getting your amendment, we realize that we have talked to a neighbor who has a 50' parcel. ours is 138. we would like to merge those, and provide a -- the ability to introduce an office building that would probably project to high-tech usage. inasmuch as we would be limited in what we're planning. we're asking this change, which i feel would benefit the neighborhood, because we would be giving up a substantial amount to provide the thoroughfare through to harriet street. in occupying that property for so many years i have gone through a number of changes that have transspired there, from the flooding to finally we put a pump station on that harriet street, which has alle
ocean edge. sfoceanedge.org and i have comments, unlike dennis, i don't think you will like them, but what the heck. we understand that funding is a continuing problem for the department and the department is now invashon island in two legal actions the appeal to the california coastal commission and the ceqa lawsuit in superior court over the beach chalet fields. if the department would consider the hybrid alternative for the fields it would save a great deal of money for the department. i don't know how much you paying the city attorney, but i think we can all agree this would be money better spent on trees, not on paper for legal briefs. that having been said, i do support increased general funding for the rec and park department and have i signed a letter to the mayor to that regard and i hope we can all work together for this. thank you. x thank you. >> anyone else wishing to make public comment? being none, public comment is closed of the commissioners. >> we need a mosto approve the budget to send it on to the mayor for katie and phil to negotiate a great deal. >> is mo
is facing homicide charges tonight. 28-year-old dennis muceda plowed his car into another car saturday night. police believe he was racing away from a hit and run crash when he caused the deadly accident. a woman and her two sons, ages 14 and 23 were all killed. the adult's girlfriend was also in the car and remains hospitalized tonight. detectives are trying to determine if alcohol and drugs was a factor. family and friends of a missing oakland woman are urging the public to take a close look at this surveillance video. it shows erica outside a taste of denmark bakery on tell graph avenue on thursday. the day she disappeared. she was due to fly to texas friday for a week-long stay with her brother, instead he flew to oakland to help in the search for her. >>> three bay area cities are taking up the issue of banning plastic bags. the redwood city council voted unanimously to ban plastic bags. that ban won't take effect for another six months so that businesses have enough time to use up the plastic bag stock. palo alto also considering expanding its own ban on bags to include restaurants. sa
of an eastmoor avenue driveway. police today announced they arrested a 28-year-old sunnyvale man, dennis perera. he had first hit an unoccupied car nearby, then raced away from that scene, traveling at an excessive speed. momentums later, he crashed into another car with the woman and her two sons. another woman in the car survived. >> it sounded like a huge crash it didn't sound like a normal hit when i looked out the window and saw two cars, right in the middle. it just looked really bad. >> reporter: authorities are looking into the possibility that he was impaired. the d.a. says he had an odor of alcohol but police are awaiting official results from a blood test. family members didn't want to talk about it on camera. but friends of the family said they wanted everyone to know these were good people and that this community is absolutely horrified about how they were killed. reporting live in daly city, joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> he is set to make his first court appearance tomorrow. >>> a bay area man who spent 14 years behind bars for a crime
. >>> more details now, 28-year- old dennis, from sunny valley is facing three counts of gross vehicular manslaughter and felony dui. the police say he was speeding away from another accident at the time of the deadly crash. he is due back in court on tuesday. >>> continuing coverage now on the search for a scotts valley man. after 5:00 this afternoon, came word that matthew abraham is safe. he has been locate inside utah and is in protective custody. the 20-year-old took a bus from san francisco to sparks, , nevada, along the way he joined up with a man who became his traveling companion. the man was curious after abraham gave him three different names. that man did a search at the library this afternoon and learned that abraham was missing. >> worked with this -- at this point, unidentified person to make sure that mr. abraham did not leave this library. this person who was traveling with him did a greater great service to him and his family. >> the 20-year-old has not been acting like himself since suffering a head injury in a fall on saturday. >>> tomorrow is the first anniversary o
by denny's signs and acting by repeating repealing and designing with bob with security and bob from widely associates and kevin duran, and smoke and fire life safety issues. so we have a comprehensive team looking at the work product being parade by urs. to say a few words of director harper's questions, the team first set out to establish kind of the level of importance and the level of protection for the facility as a whole and what was defined for our project was an ise medium for level of protection. so it's not the most stringent level of security protection, and the impacts for our project and the criteria for our project are influenced a lot by the intended design and operation of the facility that the facility is intended to be a very open facility, a transit facility where people come to it expecting to come and go without delays and so forth. so some of the security implications or origination recognize those operational needs of the facility and are addressed surveillance and other issues, but a lot of the impact as i discussed at prior meetings are really what we would call mul
believe that? >> diplomatic score. former nba star dennis rodman's leader kim jong un. >> millions of us fall victim to id theft. is it worth to pay someone to get protection? >>> breaking news is happening san francisco. a woman is in critical condition after being hit by a muni train near san francisco state campus. sky 7 over this intersection. >> workers performed cpr at the scene before the woman was rushed to the hospital. we will continue to stay on top of the story for you and send out updates on twitter. >> today the obama administration is asking the supreme court to overturn california's ban on same-sex marriage. the administration argues denying gays and lesbians the rights to marry violates the equal protection clause. the fight over gay marriage led president obama to make this pledge last month. >> our journey not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. >> now, putting his pen where his mouth is. urging justices to overturn the gay marriage ban, the second filing with the justices hearing two back to back gay marriage cases n
double murderer released from prison and calls police to tell them he'd killed again. dennis stanworth is one of dozens of california inmates released after a 1972 supreme court decision overturning the death penalty. laura anthony looks into how many others have killed again. >> he was known as linoleum knife rapist. >> this woman talking about convicted double murderer and rapist dennis stanworth. one of dozens of former death row inmates later set free. in 1966 he was sentenced to death for the brutal kidnap, rape and murder of two 15-year-old pinole girls. carey and susan box. their family members are haunted by the crime he had them stripped and carey ran. he yelled if you don't come back, i'm going kill her friend. she came back. he shot hear in the head. >> he sat on death row, then, everything changed. >> first, california supreme court and u.s. supreme court determined the death penalty was unconstitutional l by mid 1970s they had their sentences reduced to life in prison. all were eligible for release. besides stanworth the group included charles manson and sir hahn, sir hahn
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don't know why our government isn't listening to what dennis rodman said. i'm not a fan of dennis -- >> you're saying that our government should be listening to dennis rodman, sir? >> i'm saying we ought to be making that phone call. dennis rodman came back and said that he said he wanted the president to call him. what is wrong with a phone call? brooke, listen -- >> you think it's that easy? >> the foreign minister of russia said we have gotten ourselves into a vicious circle. and he cautioned us. and everyone involved to back down. this is extremely dangerous. i would just recommend getting into -- just making a phone call. hey, let's have lunch. and let's begin a dialogue. but if we don't someone will shoot a gun by accident across that dmz. and then a war could start. and you could have thousands of people who could lose they're lives in just hours. this is dangerous. and i would just recommend that this is good friday. i would recommend for christians, if christians are watching, pray for our president that god will give him wisdom. because i believe this could be the greate
isn't listening to what dennis rodman said. i'm not a fan of dennis -- >> you're saying that our government should be listening to dennis rodman, sir? >> i'm saying we ought to be making that phone call. dennis rodman came back and said that he said he wanted the president to call him. what is wrong with a phone call? brooke, listen -- >> you think it's that easy? >> the foreign minister of russia said we have gotten ourselves into a vicious circle. and he cautioned us. and everyone involved to back down. this is extremely dangerous. i would just recommend getting into -- just making a phone call. hey, let's have lunch. and let's begin a dialogue. but if we don't someone will shoot a gun by accident across that dmz. and then a war could start. and you could have thousands of people who could lose they're lives in just hours. this is dangerous. and i would just recommend that this is good friday. i would recommend for christians, if christians are watching, pray for our president that god will give him wisdom. because i believe this could be the greatest crisis that he may face in
prison and later calls police to tell them he had killed again. dennis of vallejo one of dozens of california inmates released from death row in the year after 1972 supreme court decision over turning the death penalty. tonight seenment 7 report abc 7 news laura anthony looks into how many other killers have killed again. >> he was known as the linoleum um knife rapist. >>reporter: convicted double murderer serial rapist one of former death row inmate later set free. in 1966 he was sentenced to death for the brutal kidnap rape and murder of 215-year-old pinole girls. if the family members are still haunted by the crime. >> he had them stripped and kerry ran and he yelled at her if you don't come back i'm going to kill your friend. she came back and he shot her in the head. >>reporter: he was on death row for seven years at san quentin then everything change changed. >> first step was when california supreme court and u.s. supreme court determined that the death penalty was unconstitutional. >>reporter: that meant by the mid 1970's 174 death row inmates had the sentences r
the legal limit. 28-year-old dennis is facing three counts of vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, plus three other charges. he rear ended a vehicle, and accelerated around the car reaching speeds of 60 miles per hour. he broadsided another car. the collision killed a woman and her two sons. a female passenger is in critical condition. >> at the county sheriff's office, says 44-year-old gabriel was struck and killed by a garbage truck at his work. the driver of the garbage truck hit him at 4:00 this morning. investigators say the driver of the truck is cooperating and was driving slowly when he somehow fell under the trailer tires. >>> police at city college of san francisco are looking for a man who sexually assaulted a woman in a locker room shower on campus over the weekend. ktvu's eric rasmusson is live with a warning going out to students. >> reporter: police have been posting this flier an campus and e-mailing to students. someone managed to hide inside the women's locker room and attacked a woman from behind. the timing and location of a sexual assault inside the wellness cente
and it was just gratifying to be in front of very smart judges. >> your impressions dennis of today's hearings. >> well, i have to say after being involved in this battle for nine years and at least for the last four in federal court making sure we put discrimination on trial. it was gratifyind to see the court question mr. cooper with respect to the motivations and the reasons behind why the proposition was proffered. it was very clear he had no argument whatsoever to justify discrimination and that was gratifying to see that come out. >> let's ask andy about that. andy this is a constitutional question. what is the most powerful legal argument you that heard in court today on your side. >> i think that one of the biggest arguments is that reasonable people can have different views of what marriage means and what marriage is for. when that is the case that is an issue that we leave to the people and the legislative branch. that are elected representists and the democratic process. it's not something that we ask courts to intervene and put in
. and thank you city attorney dennis and treasurer. and thank you to the desire business community. thank you for your lisp and partisanship by replacing our gross receipt tax and now we must work together to develop this transparency. we must work together on the funds that we've raised for small businesses and economic development. and we're pitting thousands of san franciscans back to work on construction projects. and we're working and providing that san francisco of admission bay and the trans bay tower can coexist with chinatown and other quiet west side neighbors. infrastructure as most of you know is near and dear to my heart. i drafted our cities first blue print to up grade our infrastructure. and in the last two years we've got funds now for the water supply to be ready for the next earthquake. in the next few weeks i'll partner together with other supervisors to get the most vulnerable buildings to be retro if i had. the rebuilding of san francisco hospital the largest bond in our history is underway on time and on budget. and just last month we broke ground on the long beach libr
on consent items. i have one speaker signed up. president dennis kelly of united educators would like to speak to item b 5. >> thank you very much. it's a pleasure to be at the same microphone where your honored all the national board certified teachers and again, just more congratulations to
one speaker signed up. president dennis kelly of united educators would like to speak to item b 5. >> thank you very much. it's a pleasure to be at the same microphone where your honored all the national board certified teachers and again, just more congratulations to them for all their work. item 2 e is your positive certification for your finances. there's a line that talks about your positive certification going into the future because you're going to be able to maintain reductions. we are curious about those reductions that you see. we are very pleased that there's the positive certification and that we expect the positive certification now with the passage of prop 30 to continue out for at least the next several years. it means to me that we probably don't need to have things like lay offs, probably don't need to have things like furlough days. and with any luck, we'll be able to get away from the hideousness of the kind of non reelections that people go through. and let me just mention for a moment why non reelections are so harmful and hurtful to an individual. and
. anchor dennis richmond began our coverage of the pope's arrival in the united states on october 1, 1979. >> reporter: several hundred dignitaries are at hand with a mass that over 1 million people are supposed to attend. porter attended for president carter. tip o'neil bowed to kiss the pope's king as did ted kennedy. after mr. carter's brief welcome, the pope ended with an apology for not being able to greet with everyone. and ended with the singing of the national anthem. >> it is not possible for me to enter into every home. to greet personally every man and woman, to caress every child in who's eyes is reflected the innocence of life, still i feel close to all of you and you are all in my prayers. permit me to express my sentiments in the lyrics of your own song. america, america, god shed his grace on thee. and crown thy -- >> following the airport ceremony the pope was whisked through the streets of washington to the cheers of tens of thousands of admirers. >>> in 2008, pope benedict xvi flew his plane shepherd i to washington, d.c. even before he landed he began to speak on one
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this evening, very investigator dennis max from the office of citizen's complaints. it is a pleasure to be here, and we are also known as the occ. the occ is the third largest civilian oversight of law enforcement agency in the united states. only surpassed in size by new york, and chicago. the office was created by a board of supervisors sponsored charter amendment in 1982 and game operational in 1983. we are 30 years old. it was originally an office in the san francisco police department but later placed under the direct supervision of the san francisco police department as an independent commission. >> the function is to assist the police department in building trust with the community by being a bridge between the public and the police in matters of police misconduct and police policy. to that end, the office of citizen complaints has a mission to insure police accountability by conducting fair, full-timely and unbias recommendations. >> and finally conducting medations between the sits sens and the complaints. >> we investigate the xlaipts against the san francisco officers and make policy
'm here today in support of dennis kinkle's application for a seat on the reentry council. i have known dennis now for over a year. since he came into the soma one stop and became a participant in the reentry navigator program, during that year i have seen him evolve. he has achieved his ged in less than three months. he was hired as a transitional employee and then based on his exemplary work was hired as a permanent employee at good will. he completed a warehouse training program and now has been invited back to speak to current students to provide them with insight about his experience and his advice back to his employer good will and [speaker not understood], but, one, volunteering his artistic abilitieses, his time and materials to paint holiday decorations at good will, which gave him a chance to find employment. and he has volunteered to be a speaker in speaker's bureau [speaker not understood] council subcommittee is working to form. i've learned a lot from him. he is experienced reentering several communities and is always willing to share his thoughts what works and what doesn
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